Johnathan Joseph feeling good after an offseason without surgery
Johnathan Joseph turned 34 in April, but the Texans cornerback said he feels better than he has in a few years. Joseph needed no surgical procedures after last season.
Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will continue to be involved in the New York Giants ‘ voluntary offseason program as the team heads into OTAs, according to a report from ESPN.
Beckham didn’t join the Giants until mandatory minicamp in 2017. The star wideout is set to make $8.5 million this fall in the fifth and final year of his rookie contract and has made no secret of his desire for a rich new deal, though the team hasn’t been moving quickly on that front. Beckham was sidelined for most of last season. He missed the opener due to an ankle injury, then returned to play four games before sustaining a fractured left ankle against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Barnwell: Is Vegas the biggest surprise team ever? The verdict…
Does Vegas’ Stanley Cup run make it the most unlikely finalist in modern American sports? Bill Barnwell looks at candidates across the big four.
There was a time when the veteran wondered if the NHL wanted him anymore. After his goal against the Jets, his stick is headed to the Hall of Fame.
Only one NHL team gets to raise the Stanley Cup in June. The rest will be working hard this summer to get there at the end of next season.
As it turns out, the Knights did draft their way to being a championship team — through the expansion draft, rather than during what owner Bill Foley believed would be a five-year build to a Stanley Cup Final. Although no one around the Knights predicted this unprecedented success for a first-year team — not only in hockey but in all of sports — McPhee acknowledged a few days after the expansion draft that the Knights had some good pieces.